MDM keeps your business data protected and ensures your company retains control over confidential information. If a mobile device is lost or stolen, MDM can remotely lock and wipe all data. Remote locking and wiping capabilities enable companies to keep devices and data secure.
With MDM, your business gains central control over policies, applications, and additional functions. MDM can block unsafe websites and material from employees. This keeps corporate data and applications safe from the threat of malware and data breaches.
MDM enables your business to embrace Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace to save on employee device costs. Removing this hefty cost from your environment reduces operating costs and frees up funds for the core of your business.
Wiping and containerization capabilities reduce and contain the negative impact of unsafe website visits and infected downloads. These security settings save your company the hefty cost, inconvenience, and potential reputation loss associated with malware and data breaches. Another benefit of MDM is it allows your business to keep track of employee mobile usage. Tracking software notifies administrators and can even block costly behaviors such as data and minute overages.
Because MDM software is centrally managed, it reduces the time and resources spent on IT administration. The software can install, update, and remove applications, policies, and settings from one management dashboard. This makes it easy to ensure consistent mobile experiences for incoming employees, keep security settings up-to-date with current staff, and remove access for devices no longer in use.
MDM provides asset management tracking, so your business can easily identify which employee has which mobile device. The software enables your IT team to provide updates and replacements to your workforce’s mobile devices as required. MDM’s central management and asset tracking features greatly reduce the amount of time and resources required by IT departments to manage mobile devices. Intune self service portal
Our Solution - Microsoft Intune
Microsoft Intune is part of the Enterprise Mobility and Security Suite, which provides mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) in the cloud. Microsoft Intune helps businesses manage all of the devices accessing their network while controlling access to corporate data and improving IT security.
Microsoft Intune Features
The software protects company-managed devices, allowing IT managers the ability to control access to corporate data. There are a number of remote actions that can be accomplished through the intune self service portal, from device lock, data encryption, passcode reset – or a full wipe for stolen or lost devices.
Intune self service portal also protects employee-owned devices and partitions work from personal data. Employees have the option to register their own devices and install company-approved applications from a self-service portal.
Intune protects 3rd party devices from Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and more, allowing management of mobile devices, as well as PCs and applications.
Intune also makes it easy to set and define policies via a single admin portal that allows rules configuration and device management. From this hub, you can update security, scan computers for malicious software, track end-user activity, and more.
The Intune System Center Configuration Manager can control PCs, Macs, and Unix/Linux based servers and mobile devices, all in a centralized portal. It also lets you run reports to understand hardware and software configurations better. Intune self service portal
Intune allows granular control of Office 365 and other applications, allowing IT admins to restrict access to email or OneDrive business documents if the user logs in from an unenrolled device. Intune self service portal
An Intune subscription comes with Microsoft worldwide support network by phone and online
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